CDFI Fund Awards Indian Land Capital Company its Third $750K Award


For the third year in a row, Indian Land Capital Company (ILCC), an American Indian-owned and -managed Native Community Development Financial Institution (Native CDFI) and leader in the tribal land financing and acquisition movement, has received the highest tier financial award, $750,000, from the Treasury Department’s CDFI Fund...

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ICT Staff. "CDFI Fund Awards Indian Land Capital Company its Third $750K Award." Indian Country Today. October 8, 2013. Article. (, accessed March 23, 2023)

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